Dent Wizard Names Stuckert Business Development Manager

Pete Stuckert has been named as Dent Wizard's director of business development for the rental car industry. Photo credit: Dent Wizard
Pete Stuckert has been named as Dent Wizard's director of business development for the rental car industry. Photo credit: Dent Wizard

Dent Wizard International, which specializes in automotive reconditioning and SMART (Small to Medium Area Repair Techniques) repairs, has added Pete Stuckert as the director of business development for the rental car industry.

Stuckert will focus on strengthening and expanding Dent Wizard’s relationships with major U.S. car rental companies. He will lead Dent Wizard’s Ready Line Express program, which is designed specifically for the daily rental and remarketing sides of the business.

In addition, Stuckert will work closely with the regional vice presidents and their staffs to further immerse them in the car rental industry’s latest trends and opportunities, says the company. Stuckert will report to Mike Black, Dent Wizard’s chief operating officer.

“The auto rental business set records in 2013 for revenue and vehicles in fleet, while at the same time Dent Wizard continued to broaden our SMART Repair services and geographic reach,” said Black. “We believe this is a great time to further invest in our rental business team and our customer relationships. Pete’s category expertise, tenacity and understanding of our business and our customers’ rental operations should drive significant value for our rental partners.”

Stuckert has more than 20 years of experience in the auto rental business — most recently serving in a number of leadership and strategic roles with Enterprise.

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